Tuesday morning Pitch and Stitch - 10.00am to 1.00pm

Tuesday morning Pitch and Stitch - 10.00am to 1.00pm
This hanging from Annie Downs' Hatched and Patched book should be in every caravan as a cushion or decoration!

Saturday, 20 October 2012

Shepherd's Delight!

I see it's over a month since I last wrote - time flies.  The workshop has been very busy, with the new workshops up and running and Pitch and stitch every Tuesday - it's always so interesting to see all the different things people are doing.  My Kneeler was blessed at the Harvest Festival service at church ( a friend said afterwards, 'Did we really pray for five minutes for a cushion...?) and I have finally finished the last of Pauline's quilts.  Using all the fabric left over from the first quilt, I made it with Japanese Patches - it seemed to take forever but the joy of the patches is that you then don't have to worry about quilting it - you did it as you went along:

The front

The back!
I copied an idea I got from the NEC, which was to reverse the outer border which I think makes it look more 'finished'.  The centre is the Mariner's Compass which I started at one of our summer workshops.

Now that's out of the way I can start finishing some other projects.  Today I went back to a brilliant bag I started in May... should be finished soon.

At least it looks like it may stop raining for a while - this evening produced a spectacular sunset:

I know at least one shepherd who was delighted!


  1. Beautiful quilts and beautiful sunset pics!! Should have stayed up late to see Orionids meteor shower - I only found out today :-(

  2. What lovely photos of the sunsets. Love the quilt too. I`m just off on new projects after a craft sale on Saturday.